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    Default Micheal J Fox MBTI type.

    I'm curious what you guys think Micheal J Fox's MBTI type is. I'm leaning towards ESTP but it doesn't seem too obvious to me. Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    I'm curious what you guys think Micheal J Fox's MBTI type is. I'm leaning towards ESTP but it doesn't seem too obvious to me. Thoughts?
    Most of the MBTI celebrity pages list him as an ESTP. So I looked into the issue of his type more closely and couldn't come up with a better fit. In some ways he almost seems ESFP.
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    ESTP with well developed Fe
    I really like cats and food.

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    He has always striked me as an ESFP. Why does everyone on here think that he's an ESTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    He has always striked me as an ESFP. Why does everyone on here think that he's an ESTP?
    In his videos he is an analytical speaker. And if F = tender-hearted and T = tough-minded, he is slightly more T than F.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    In his videos he is an analytical speaker. And if F = tender-hearted and T = tough-minded, he is slightly more T than F.
    I never really went with the "Kiersey style" T vs. F theory. I've always been more down with Ti-Fe vs. Fi-Te theory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I never really went with the "Kiersey style" T vs. F theory. I've always been more down with Ti-Fe vs. Fi-Te theory.
    I'm not using Keirsey, otherwise I would have mentioned temperaments SJ, NF, NT, etc. But yes, I believe he did distinguish tough-minded from tender-hearted.

    My theory is to use any theory that helps, since they all lay out more-or-less arbitrary distinctions. There is no real difference between any of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I never really went with the "Kiersey style" T vs. F theory. I've always been more down with Ti-Fe vs. Fi-Te theory.
    A Google search also reveals that tender-hearted and tough-minded are categories used by the MBTI in general.
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    http://books.google.com/books?id=rg3...ungian&f=false

    The Relationship Between Partner Differences in Jungian Psychological Type
    By Denise N. Miller

    "...Jung theorized two distinct, contrasting ways people prefer to judge when making decisions.... People who prefer the Thinking function tend to... be seen as critical and tough-minded...People who prefer the Feeling function...appear tender-hearted." (44)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    A Google search also reveals that tender-hearted and tough-minded are categories used by the MBTI in general.
    I know. I just don't use them. According to that theory, I'm ENFP. According to Jung I'm ENTP.

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